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Brexit Brief Issue 19

17 May 2017

Issue 19 of the IIEA’s regular Brexit Brief provides an update on a number of key issues in the UK withdrawal from the European Union, including the approval of the European Council’s negotiating guidelines, the European Commission’s response, and Michel Barnier’s visit to Ireland. It also tracks the recent activities of key players in Ireland, the UK and EU.

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Brexit Brief Issue 18

19 Apr 2017

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Issue 18 of the IIEA’s regular Brexit Brief examines the current state of play in the debate over the UK’s EU withdrawal.

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Brexit Brief Issue 17

05 Apr 2017

Brexit Brief

Issue 17 of the IIEA’s monthly Brexit Brief examines the current state of play in the debate over the UK’s EU withdrawal.

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Brexit Brief Issue 15

27 Jan 2017

 

Issue 15 of the IIEA’s monthly Brexit brief examines recent developments in the Brexit debate in the UK, Ireland and Europe.

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Brexit Brief Issue 14

15 Dec 2016

Issue 14 of the IIEA's monthly Brexit Brief examines recent developments in the Brexit debate in the UK, Ireland and Europe. 

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Brexit Brief Issue 13

10 Nov 2016

 

 

Issue 13 of the IIEA’s monthly Brexit brief examines recent developments in the Brexit debate in the UK, Ireland and Europe.

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Brexit Brief Issue 12

03 Oct 2016

 

In her speech to the Conservative Party Conference on 2 October, UK Prime Minister Theresa May provided a degree of clarity on the timing of Article 50, and some insights into the UK’s negotiating stance. Meanwhile, the leaders of the EU27 have met to discuss a future without their ‘awkward partner’. Issue 12 of the IIEA’s monthly Brexit brief examines recent developments in the debate in the UK, Ireland and Europe.

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Brexit Brief Issue 11

09 Sep 2016

 

The debate over UK’s vote to leave the European Union continued throughout August, with little clarity emerging on the nature of the post-Brexit relationship with the European Union, or indeed the timeframe for the commencement of negotiations. The EU27, meanwhile, has begun the process of looking to a future without its ‘awkward partner’. The September issue of the IIEA Brexit brief examines recent developments in the debate in the UK, Ireland and Europe

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Brexit Brief Issue 10

03 Aug 2016

 

The UK vote to leave the European Union has precipitated rapid changes in UK domestic politics, and prompted a range of responses from Ireland, the other Member States and the EU Institutions. The August issue of the IIEA Brexit brief examines the state of play in the UK’s EU withdrawal.

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Brexit Brief Issue 09

30 Jun 2016

 

The UK’s vote to Leave the European Union has had an immediate, dramatic and profound impact – not only for the UK but for Ireland and the EU as a whole. As the EU ponders a future without its ’awkward partner’ and prepares for the negotiations ahead, the UK’s domestic politics seems set for a period of dramatic reorganisation. Issue 9 of the IIEA Brexit Brief examines the immediate reaction to the UK’s referendum.

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Brexit: The UK referendum and its aftermath

24 Jun 2016

The UK's vote to leave the European Union will have immediate, dramatic, and profound consequences for all parties. This blog discusses the implications of the referendum for the UK, EU and Ireland.

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Brexit Brief Issue 08 - 22 June 2016

22 Jun 2016

Brexit Brief, published by the IIEA’s UK Project Group, covers developments in the on-going debate in the United Kingdom – and between the UK and the other EU Member States – on the UK’s negotiations over its membership of the Union.

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